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  1. MULLEWA STOCK SALE.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 25 October 1923 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Elder, Smith aud Co., Limited, report holding a very successful sale at the above centre on Wednesday, when approximately 10,700 sheep were yarded 160 words
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    MULLEWA STOCK SALE.

    Elder, Smith and Co., Limited, report holding a very successful sale at the above centre on Wednesday, when approximately 10,700 sheep were yarded and sold. Included in the yarding were 8500 wethers overlanded from Gascoyne pastoral areas, in charge of Drover A Cream , which arrived in excellent

    condition, being practically all killable to prime, with approximately 13 months growth of wool The local sheep were mostly fat wethers and fat ewes and one line of woolly ewes. There was a large attendance of buyers from the Murchison, Wongan Hills, Midland and Eastern districts, and satisfactory prices were realised. The following were the prices realised: — Overlanded wethers , 22/- to 25/-; rejects, 19/6; local wethers , in 'good condition, off shears, 22/- to 23/9; woolly ewes, sound ages, Gabyon-bred, 30/-; mixed woolly sheep, 24/6. ' .

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  2. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 27 October 1923 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A. MeColl arrived in[?] last week with 170 head of good forward and fat cattle, which were trucked and seat on to Midland Junction. The cattle came 137 words
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    STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    A. McColl arrived in Cue last week with 170 head of good forward and fat cattle, which were trucked and sent on to Midland Junction. The cattle name from Mt- James Station, which is own ed by Mr. McColl and his brother. The track to Cue was good, there being plenty of food and surface water en route.

    Drover H. Troy passed Boundary Store on the 7th 'inst. with 60 head of horses from Mardie, en route to Woolleen Messrs. McColl Bros, are shortly lifting 10,000 sheep at Boolathana for Yuin station. Drover A. Cream and plant passed Boundary Store on the 3rd int Drover N. Kirwan on the 8th to lift sheep respectively at Mt. Sandiman for Mullewa, and at Mangaroo for Yalgoo

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  3. NORTHERN STOCK ROUTE. To the Editor "The West Australian."
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 5 December 1928 p 9 Article
    Abstract: Sir,—I here broach a subject which is, I think, one that the authorities should speedily rectify. I refer to the unsatisfactory state of the northern ... 363 words
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    NORTHERN STOCK 'ROUTE.

    To the Editor 'The West Australian.'

    I broach a subject which is, I think, one that the authorities should speedily rectify. I refer to the unsatisfactory state of the northern stock route between

    Mullewaa and the Gascoyne. As marked on the map, this route follows the Murchison River for many miles, leaving it near Balinyoo spring. Of course, as all stockmen who have driven sheep over that route know, the actual course followed takes the shortest way from well to well, and does not waste many miles following the twists and turns of the river. In view of this, is it not time that the Government resurveyed the route, following the practical course from well to well? Then again, the route should be fenced off from the surrounding country. At present the men through whose lands it goes claim the right to feed their sheep over the surveyed portions which are reserved for traveling stock, thus sadly depleting the available feed. Some of these land owners have actually erected windmills on the stock route— but they do not permit traveling stock to water there. Another deficiency is the lack of reservations where men traveling with stock can rest themselves and their charges. At present, save for a reservation 12 miles out from Mullewa there is not a single reservation on all the many miles length of that northern stock route. During the past six months 120.000 sheep and 4,000 head of cattle have traveled over the route, and I think it is high time that some move was made to lighten the traveling conditions of the men who have to use it. My suggestions are, and I hope someone in authority .will note them, that the route be re-surveyed the shortest way from well to well and that it be fenced to stop the stock of private owners feeding over it. If this were done and a 5.000 acres reserve established every 50 miles along the route a great boon would be conferred on the drovers who have to travel along it. — Yours, etc., AC. Geraldton, Nov. 29.

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  4. GASCOYNE NEWS.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Tuesday 16 October 1923 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Drover H. Troy passed Boundary Store, Upper Gascoyne, on the 3rd inst., with 3,000 wethers from Bidgimia, for Yalgoo. Drover M. Fogarty was at 492 words
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    GASCOYNE NEWS.

    {From the 'Northern Times.')

    Drover H. Troy passed Boundary Store, Upper Gascoyne, on the 3rd inst., with 3,000 wethers from Bidgemia, for Yalgoo. Drover M. Fogarty was at Boundary Store on the 7th inst., with 60 head of horses from Mardie en route for Woolcen. Messrs. McColl Bros, are shortly lifting 10,000 sheep at Boolathana for Yuin Station. Drover Alfred Cream

    and plant passed Boundary store on the 3rd inst. and Drover N. Kirwan wan on the 8th, to lift sheep respectively at Mt. Sandiman for Mullewa and at Mangaroon for Yalgoo. Some tallies compiled by a team of shearers this year at Williambury Station were recently published. The fine total for one day has since, however been eclipsed by the same men when they got into the cull ewes, as the eight shearers shore no less than 1811 in the day, the following being the individual tallies: 259, 238, 234, 228, 220, 214, 210 and 208. During Monday, Tuesday and Wedncsday of last week, some 17 teams unloaded , wool from Gascoyne and Minilya Stations in Carnarvon, amounting to over 950 bales. At one time on Monday some eight loaded camel teams were lined up in Robinson Street awaiting their turn to unload.

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  5. SHIPPING NOTES.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 4 January 1890 p 17 Article
    Abstract: The South Australian, s.s., sailed on Sunday morning from Fremantle for Melbourne and Adelaide via Albany, Bunbury and Vasse, with the following pass ... 795 words
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    The Rob Boy, s.s., Capt. Irvine, arrived at Fremantle on Sunday morning: from Geraldton and Dongarra, with the following passengers From 'Geraldton : Dr. C. B, Elliott, H De Atta, J. M. Readhead, vJames Atkins, A. Cream, Mc.K. Grant, J. Hall J. Stokes, A. Carson, C. W-. Whitfield, J. M. Craig, H. S., Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Hillier, Mr. and Mrs. Cahill, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and 8 children, Mrs. . Stone and child, Mrs. J.

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  6. STOCK MOVEMENTS. FROM THE ASHBURTON TO MINGENEW. ALF. CREAM'S TRIP.
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Monday 14 September 1908 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Alfred Cream, the well-known drover and stock dealer, has returned to Geraldton after successfully overlanding 5400 sheep from Clifton 244 words
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  7. CHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 29 April 1891 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    The s.s. Australind arrived at Fremantle yesterday evening at 8.S0, from Singapore and North-West ports. The following is the passenger list: From Singapore-Messrs M Price and A Cumming ; from Derby-Mr G Craig; from the Pearling Grounds-Mess G M Morley and W Barnes ; from Cossack ; from Carnarvon- Mr R O Law and Mrs Ives ; from Sharks Bay-Mr G Cross and Mrs Nelson ; from Geraldton-Messrs A J Ogilvie, G Palmer, T Burges, P W Brownes and A Cream ; 16 in the steerage and 5 Chinamen from all ports.

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  8. SHIPPING NOTES. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MAIL STEAMERS AT ALBANY.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 14 June 1890 p 25 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    The Otway, s.s., Capt. Jamieson, sailed Wednesday afternoon for the Port of Darwin and intermediate ports with the following passengers :-For Champion Bay F. W. Maley, W. D. Hamilton, A. Cream, E. W. Elliott, Miss Timporley, H. E. Mofflin, R. McIntosh, and J M. Elliott. For Sharks Bay : S. E. Trike,
    and Mrs. S. E. Trike.

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  9. NEWS AND NOTES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Friday 28 October 1892 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE mail for the Australian colonies closes next week, on Monday, October 31st, at 1.45 p.m. ANOTHER portion of "Daemon's" entertaining 1979 words
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    Dr. White's report on the examination of the Men's "First Aid " Ambulance Class, which was instructed by Dr. Kelsall recently, has been handed to us for publication, and is as follows :-Passed with much credit : Messrs. W. Duffy, M. Malone, W. Perks, T. Latimer and J. Hudson of the Bailway Department, and P.C. Jas. Duncan. Passed with Credit: Mr. H. Stinton, P.C. Ed. Duffy, and Mr. A. Cream (railway). Passed : Police-constables Geo. Chilcott, Jno. Kain, Dennis O'Connor, Patrick O'Donovan and Chas. Lawrence, and Messrs. G. W. Painten A. Lewis and E. Hardy (railway). Nos. 6, 10,12,16, l8,19, 20 and 24 failed to satisfy the examiner. The answering on the whole was very satisfactory, and showed that the majority had grasped the principles of " first aid to the injured " in a practical manner. (Signed) Arthur T. White, L et L., B.C.P..

    L.R.C.S., L.M., L.A.H., examiner to the WÀ. center of the St. John Ambulance Association.

    An information has been laid, under the 26th Section of the Scab Act, by the Inspector of Stock, against Mr. L. C. Burges, charging him with traveling to the Murchison certain sbeep which turned out to be infected, and which it is alleged, were taken from an infected paddock. The

    date for the trial of the case has not been fixed. Under the same section of the Act, the Inspector of Stock has taken proceedings against A. Cream for traveling alleged in infected sheep from Fitzgerald's Eastward runs to the Eastern boundary of the scab district.

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  10. NEWS FROM GERALDTON. COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW JETTY. DISSATISFACTION WITH THE SCHEDULES TO THE CONSTITUTION BILL. ANOTHER CONVICTION UNDER THE SCAB ACT. GERADLTON, November 30.
    The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901) Wednesday 30 November 1892 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The first pile of the Geraldton Jetty has been driven and the work ia now going on satisfactorily. It has teen discovered that in the 129 words
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    Alfred Cream has been fined £5 and costs for a breach of the Scab Act.

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  11. HARRIS—HAYDEN.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 14 May 1904 p 40 Article
    Abstract: A correspondent writes:—A very quiet wedding took place at Geraldton on Monday, April 25, the contracting parties being Mr. J. Harris, of Condon, and ... 254 words
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    A correspondent writes:-A very quiet wedding took place at Geraldton on Monday , April 25. the contracting parties being Mr. J. Harris, of Condon, and Miss Lucy Hayden, of Geraldton. The bride was given away by Mr. Alfred Cream, brother-in-law; Mr. J. Hayden being best man. The bride was attended by two little bridesmaids, Miss Gladys Moore and Miss Dorothy Cream, niece of the bride. The following is a list of the presents: Mother of the bride, sewing machine and house linen; Mr. and Mrs. A. Cream, cruet; Master Erwin Cream, sugar basin; Dorothy Cream, butter basin; Mr. J. W. Hayden , cheque; Mr. Jack (James?)Hayden, cheque ; friends at Nullagine, cheque ;Miss Smith. York. cheque; Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas, Roebourne, cheque; Mrs. Warrener , breakfast cruet, prayer and hymn books in case, and birthday book; Mr. and Mrs. Tindale, silver butter knife; Master Hepburn Tindale, silver thimble; Miss May Plester, pair silver serviette rings and butter knife; Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas. pair vases; Mrs. Nyland, fancy handkerchiefs; Mr. and .Mrs. York, fancy salt cellars; Mrs. Porter, tea cosy; Mr. and Mrs. Moore, breakfast set; Miss Grace Moore, fancy table cover; Mrs. J. Cream, biscuit barrel, butter and sugar basins; Miss Maud Cream. afternoon cups and saucers; Miss Lily Cream, salt cellars Mrs. T. Cream and Miss Cream, breakfast set; Miss Harrison, water jug and tumblers;Misses Whittle pair glass dishes; Mrs. H. Hipper, cheese dish. butter and sugar basins; Mrs. J. Hipper, fancy sauce bottles; Miss Hipper, table cloth

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  12. THE LAW COURTS. TO-DAY'S CASES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 17 July 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Full Court.—At 10.30, before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice McMillan: 1. Alfred E. Gummow and Frederick Theleman. 2. Alfred Cream and 126 words
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    THE LAW COURTS. TO-DAY'S CASES. Full Court.-At 10.30, before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice McMillan : 1. Alfred E. Gummow and Fredrick Theleman. 2. Alfred Cream and William Moore and Maria Cream (exe cutors of John Cream, deceased). 3.

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  13. THE LAW COURTS. TO-DAY'S CASES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 31 July 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Full Court.—At 10.30 a.m., before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Rooth: William Murphy and William Bailey and Robert George Carr, and 156 words
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    THE LAW COURTS. TO-DAY'S CASES. Full Court.-At 10.30 n.m., befol. the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Rooth: William Murphy and William Bailey and Robert George Carr, and Sydney Smith (part heard); , Alfred Cream and William Moore and Marna Cream (executors of John Cream, (deceased);

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  14. A PARTNERSHIP DISPUTE. APPEAL TO THE FULL COURT.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 2 August 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Before the Full Court, consisting of the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Rooth, yesterday, the hearing was continued of the appeal in the case in 318 words
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    A PARTNERSHIP DISPUTE, ' APPEAL TO THE FULL COURT. Before the Full Court, consisting of the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Rooth, yesterday, the bearing was continued of the appeal in the case in which the parties were Alfred Cream (defendant) . appellant, and William Moore and Maria Cream, -executors of John Cream, deceased. (plaintiffs), respondents. Mr. J. A. Northmore, with him Mr. A. J. Mills, appeared for the appellant, and Mr. R. S. Haynes, K.C., with -him Mr. A. F. Abbott, for the respondents. It appears that when sued by the executors of John Cream the defendant alleged that he was a partners of the deceased in the cattle trade. This was denied by the plaintiffs, who recovered from the defendant the sum of £32 13s. A counterclaim for certain horses declared to have been bequeathed by the deceased to the defendant was dismissed. .Against this decision the defendant Alfred Cream, appealed. The Chief Justice said that the amount he thought the plaintiff was entitled to judgment for in the Local Court. was £8 16s. lid. On the counterclaim he thought Alfred Cream was entitled to £27 damages, the value of the horses. He considered it better to refrain from saying anything as to the question of partnership. as he thought by doing so the parties might be influenced to come to0 an amicable arrangement. The judgment in the Court below would be reversed, both on the claim and counterclaim. and judgment entered for the plaintiff for £8 16s. 11d., with costs up to the date on which that sum was paid into Court, and costs to the defendant after that date. On the counterclaim judgment would be entered for the defendant for £27 damages, in the event of the horses not being returned within 14 days. Mr; Justice Rooth concurred.
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    The appeal was accordingly allowed, with costs.

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  15. Carnarvon News. THE SHOW. NEWMARRACARRA SUCCESSFUL. | Carnarvon, Oct. 24.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 26 October 1907 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Carnarvon Week has been most successful, there being a large attendance, and accommodation at the hotels is taxed to its utmost. 424 words
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    Carnarvon News.

    THE SHOW. NEWMARRACARRA SUCCESSFUL

    (From Our Special Correspondent.)

    Carnarvon, Oct.. 24

    The Carnarvon Week has been most successful, there being a large attendance , and accommodation at the hotels is taxed to its utmost. The races on Saturday were successful financially, and there was a good attendance. They were even better on Monday.

    On Sunday- a consecration service was held at St. George's Church of England by. Bishop Goldsmith, of Bunbury , at three o'clock in the after noon. There were large congregations throughout the day. At the confimation after evensong eight candidates were confirmed. On Tuesday, at the horse sale, there was a huge attendance, and fair prices were realized. On Wednesday the show was held, and was marked by a good attendance and cool weather through out. Mr. McKenzie Grant, of Newmarracarra , near Geraldton, was the most successful exhibitor in the sheep and cattle sections, the results of the show were as follows : —Sheep .Merino ram, imported, McKenzie Grant , S. Burt 2. Three men no ewes, imported, Sheep McKenzie Grant 1. Three merino ewes, West Australian bred McKenzie Grant 1, S. Burt 2. Pen of 10 fat wethers, S. Burt L. Ten sheepskins A. Oldfield 1. Three clean fleeces, James Munro 1 and 2. Cattle.— Bull, beef breeds, McKenzie Grant 1 D. N. McLeod 2. Bull, beef West Australian bred, S. Bart 1 1W. M'K, Grant 2.- Bull, beef (under 2 years), W. M'K. Grant 1 I Champion bull, W. M'K. Grant 1 Cow, beef breeds, imported,W. M'K. Grant 1 Cow, beef breeds, West Australian bred W. M'K. Grant 1, McLeod 2 Pen three heifers, West Australian bred D. N. McLeod 1 & 2 Fat cow, G. J. Gooch 1, D.W McLeod 2. Fat bullock, D. N Mcleod 1 A. Cream 2. Two fat beasts, A Cream 1

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  16. Great Drovers.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 15 October 1936 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Dear "Non-Com."—"Just-a-Mug's" recent reply to an item of Joe Waldeck's interested me greatly. Perhaps it was just coincidence that he referred to Jo ... 1366 words
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    Great Drovers.


    "J.A.M." asked which of these men should be "King." A review of names passes through my mind too long for mention here, but including such men as Alf Cream, Charlie James, Wattie Pearce, Bob Redmond, the Troy Brothers, Ted Kayes and a host of others. They are hard to separate, and to my way of think- ing they were all "Kings," and they showed it in their capacity to battle with

    adversity when their turn of bad luck

    came.

    To see half your mob dead of poison, or to see your weakening stock dropping out day by day on a stock route bare of feed, is enough to break the heart of any

    ordinary mortal, but as the days turned into weeks, and the weeks to months, with all chances of a profit being made from the trip gone, and the wages and stores bill reaching alarming proportions, they deserve credit that they "carried

    on."

    And yet- ! I fear it will always be so. Just as long as there are stock routes and the mobs come down, that "old gang" will ever gamble their chances with poor stock on difficult routes, and if from time to time the luck is against them, they leave behind those sunbleached bones, holding up a warning hand to the men that

    follow on.

    SHORTHORN, Meekatharra.

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  17. A PARTNERSHIP DISPUTE. APPEAL IN THE FULL COURT.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 1 August 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: An appeal in a Geraldton partnership dispute came before the Full Court consisting of the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Rooth, yesterday. 307 words
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  18. Mullewa Memos.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 29 October 1908 p 4 Article
    Abstract: A Progress Association Formed. A meeting of residents of Mullews and district was held on Saturday evening last at the Railway Hotel 433 words
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    Mullewa Memos.

    (From a Correspondent.)

    A Progress Association Formed A meeting of residents of Mullewa and district was held on Saturday evening last at the Railway Hotel with the object of forming a Progress Association. There was a fair attendance cf those interested, and it was unanimously decided that, in the

    interests of the town and district, the time had arrived when the formation ji a Progress Association was necessary. Mr. T. Fahey was elected president and Mr. J. D. Powell secretary and treasurer. A strong comnittee, consisting of Messrs. L. Walker, E Brown, G. Pilkington, O. Jones, H. Stokes, A. Cream, and H. J- Jones, was appointed, and '? it was) decided to bring under the notice of the member for the district (Mr. Nanson) ' that great dissatisfaction exists amongst the new settlers owing to the laxity displayed by the Lands Department in classifying and having surveyed the land recently applied for. Several of those present spoke very strongly re this matter, and it was also decided to recommend that in the event of the present officer not being available to classify the land at once ; that the department appdined a suitable person with a knowledge of local conditions to carry put the work.

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  19. PERSONAL ITEMS
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 13 October 1917 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Recently returned from at motortrip through the Murchison District, Mr. S. B. Chester, Manager for Messrs Henry Wills and Co., and 389 words
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    PERSONAL ITEMS.

    Recently returned from a motor trip through the Murchison District , Mr S. B. Chester, manager for Messrs Henry Wills and Co and Mr Newlands Chapman, present a thoroughly sunburned appearance after their daily submission to the heat of the sun. The country they. state is looking splendid, and there

    were any amount of kangaroos about to afford sport- The trip was a most enjoyable one Mr W. C Grant, Inspector of Telegraph lines for the Northern District, Will shortly be transferred to Perth. He will be succeeded by Mr Bolster of Perth. News has been received that Private Percy S. Hill, brother of Mr A. Hill of Geraldton. has been wounded. He has been jn the firing line about four .months. After having been detained for

    some weeks in the Eastern States by the breakdown of the shipping ; service, owing to the industrial troubles, Mr W. E- Randle. Manager for Millars Timber and Trading Company, returned to Geraldton yesterday morning. Owing to having poisoned his hand as a result of a cut during shearing operations, Mr Alfred Cream, second son of Mr T. Cream

    Rudds Gully, has had to enter the Victoria Hospital for treatment

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  20. MULLEWA ROAD BOARD.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 10 June 1922 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The monthly meeting of this board was held on Saturday, June 3, the following members being present:—Messrs. D. Warren (Chairman), H. Pass, 1360 words
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    MULLEWA- BOAD BOARD.

    The monthly meeting of this board was held on Saturday, June 3, the fol lowing, members being present: — Messrs. D. Warren (Chairman), H. Pass, J. C. Carruthers, K. F. Deane Morgan, J. W. Wheatley, and W. H. Stokes. The fol lowing correspondence was dealt with: By-law.— Letter from Public Works Department forwarding draft copy of a by-law, which it was recommended

    should be adopted relative to the keeping of accounts, and this was agreed to on the motion of 'Messrs. Stokes Carruthers. Public Dams.— From the same pointing out the seriousness of letting the dams in the district go to ruin, and advising that a departmental officer would report on the condition of all water supplies as opportunity arises. Collection of Rates.— -From' the same re the collection of outstanding rates recommendation that a, by-law be passed providing for the allowance of a discount t for prompt payment. Mr. Deane Morgan gave notice that he would move at next meeting that provision he made for a discount of 5 per cent, for prompt payment, the board to consider when striking the new rate, whether these should be relatively increased in order to penalize ratepayers who fail to meet their obligations. Dingo Reward.— Mr. A. Cream wrote complaining of the board's regulation providing for the carcases of dingoes to be submitted to one of the board's hon._ Inspectors, those appointed in the Tenindewa district being too far away. Mr. Stokes said that the distance was only seven or eight miles and Inspectors were necessary, if only to see that no claim was made for dogs caught out side the boundaries of the Board's district. It was decided to advise Mr. Cream that the board could not recognize any claim that does not comply with the regulations which were necessary to prevent dogs, caught outside the district, being foisted on the board. Mr. Warren said that his attention hadbeen drawn to the necessity of appoint ing an inspector at Pindar, and it was unanimously decided to appoint Mr H. S. Riehards.

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  21. GASCOYNE NOTES.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 26 August 1922 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Drover Alf Cream is at present nearing Byro with 4,000 wethers, travelling; south from Yinnatharra, Mt. Phillip and Cobra Stations. 95 words
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    GASCOYNE NOTES.

    (From our own Correspondent.)

    Drover Alf Cream is at present nearing Byro with 4,000 wethers travelling south from Yinnatharra, Mt. Phillip and Cobra Stations. Drover George Collins is at present on Bidgiemia run. with 3,400 sheep from Towern station to Mullewa. Messrs. Ernest Lee Steere and L. H. Darlot are at present paying a visit to the Gascoyne, having traveled overland from the Murchison, Jimba Jiniba will be cut out in a few days, and the team will then go on to Dairy Creek.

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  22. GASCOYNE JUNCTION. April 3, 1923.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Tuesday 10 April 1923 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. S. C. Taylor and the Misses Cream arrived back on Easter Sunday, after a long holiday south. Mr. and Mrs. T. de Pledge, of Yanrey 124 words
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    GASCOYNE JUNCTION.

    (From our own Correspondent.)

    April 3, 1923.

    Mrs. S. C. Taylor and the Miss Cream arrived back on Easter Sunday, after a long holiday south. Mr. and Mrs. T. de Pledge, of Yanrey Station, Ashburtou, passed here on Easter Monday on their way north. Drover J. E. Scott has gone to Mt. , Stuart to muster and lift cattle from there. Drover Alf. Cream is on his way to Yanycareaddy for sheep and Drover Joe Waldeck is lifting sheep from Jimba Jimba. i Mr. W. Hatch has returned to his Lyons River Station for a short visit. Mr. W. Cream, who has been visiting Perth, is returning on the Minderoo. |

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  23. GENERAL NEWS.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 14 July 1923 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Under the auspices of the North Perth Men's Society, Mr. A. J. Reid will speak to-morrow afternoon at three o'clock Upon "The Basic Wage." 1475 words
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    A telegram was, received by the Police Department, yesterday from Inspector Simpson of Geraldton stating that, he had received information that the dead body of an 'unknown man had been found near Ruby Well, Mt Fraser Station by a man in the employ of Drover Cream.

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  24. GASCOYNE JUNCTION NEWS. September 6th, 1923.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 20 September 1923 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Drover Alf. Cream lett Lyons river with 2425 fat wethers for Mullews to­day (6th September). Drover Edgar has taken delivery of 145 words
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    GASCOYNE JUNCTION NEWS

    (From our own Correspondent.}

    September 6th, 1923.

    Drover Alf. Cream left Lyons River with 2425 fat wethers for Mullewa today (6th September). Drover Edgar has taken delivery »t 6,000 ewes, ex Bidgemia, for L\H.' 1 Mitchell & Sons, Yallalong. Mr. J. C. Mitchell is at present waiting at Bidgemia inspecting sheep. Mr. J. C. Butcher, of Meeberria

    passed here on his way to Boolathana. Mr. Whitlock, late of Dalgety'is, Carnaron , is at present visiting the district in connection with the mica shows. Shearing is now going on at Dairy Creek and Eudamullah, and everything is going satisfactorily.
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    Messrs. Erie McKenna and W Mcdonald McDonald passed here a few days ago after a good run. to Mangaroon and back

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  25. The Motorist
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 22 November 1923 p 33 Article
    Abstract: Motorists have little cause to complain that they are overlooked by the Government in the matter of taxtion or traffic regulations. Apparently they a ... 2423 words
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    Three more Dodge Brothers' cars go ! to the Nor-West from the shipment landing this mouth. These are for | Messrs. J. E. Edmondstone. Fort Hedland, Alf Cream, Gascoyne Junction, and Alex. Fleming, of Carnarvon.

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  26. COUNTRY NEWS. Balingup.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 29 April 1924 p 4 Article
    Abstract: At the monthly meeting of the Balingup Road Board, the secretary was instructed to inform the Public Works Department that the delay in completing th ... 3839 words
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    At a recent meeting of the Mullewa Road Board complaints were received from. Mr. .1. J. Holmes, M.L.C., and Mr. A. Cream (drover), as to the condition of some of the wells north of Mullewa. The board decided to repair the Wells. The board resolved to write to' the Colonial Secretary opposing the reported reduction of the subsidy to the medical officer as the sum previously paid was considered only resonable . Tke financial statement showed a credit balance of £1,000.

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  27. Stock and Station News
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 5 September 1925 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover A. Cream, in charge of a flock of 5,000 sheep, passed through Cue this week on the way to Murrum Station. The flock, chiefly wethers 55 words
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    Stock and Station News

    (From the Murchison Times.)

    Drover A. Cream, in charge of a flock of 5,000 sheep, passed through Cue this week on the way to Murrum Station. The flock, chiefly wethers had been travelled down from Mt. Stewart, and were in very good condition after the 600 mile trip.

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  28. THE NORTHERN STOCK ROUTE Some Suggestions for its Betterment
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 2 December 1928 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Alf Cream (Geraldton), has the following to say on the Mullewa-Gascoyne stock route:— "I here broach a subject which Is, 367 words
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    THE NORTHERN STOCK ROUTE

    Some suggestions for its betterment

    Alf Cream (Geraldton), has the following to say on the Mullewa Gascoyne stock route:

    I here broach a subject which ls, I think one that the authorities should speedily rectify.-I refer to the unsatisfactory state of the northern stock route between Mullewa and the Gascoyne.

    As marked on the map, this route, follows the Murchison river for many miles, leaving it near Ballinyoo spring. Of course, as all stockmen who have driven sheep over that route know, the actual course followed takes the shortest way from well to wetl and does not waste many miles following the twists and turns of the river.

    "In view of ' this, is it not time that the Government re-surveyed the route, following the actual course from well

    to well

    Then again, the route should -be fenced off from the surrounding country. At present the men through whose lands it goes claim the right to

    feed their sheep over the surveyed portions which are reserved for traveling stock, thus sadly depleting the available feed. Some of these landowners

    have actually erected windmills on the stock route but they do not permit traveling stock to water

    there.

    Another deficiency is the lack of reservations where men traveling with stock can rest themselves and their charges. At present, save for a reservation twelve miles out from Mullewa, there is not a single reservation on all the many miles length of that northern stock route.

    During the past six months, 120,000 sheep and 4000 head of cattle have' traveled over the route, and I think it ls high time that some move was made to lighten the traveling conditions of the men who have to use it.

    "My suggestions, and I hope some one in authority will note them, are that the route . be resurveyed the shortest way-from well to well and that lt be fenced to stop the stock of private owners feeding over it. If this were done, and a 5000 acre reserve established every fifty miles along the route, a great boon would be conferred on the drovers who have to travel along it.

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  29. POLICE NEWS. GERALDTON MYSTERY SOLVED Dead Man Identified.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 28 February 1929 p 20 Article
    Abstract: According to a report which reached police headquarters yesterday, the dead body which was found in Kane's paddock, Rudd's Gully, about five miles fr ... 135 words
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    GERALDTON MYSTERY SOLVED Dead Man Identified.

    According to a report' which reached police headquarters yesterday, the dead body which was found, in Kane's paddock, Rudd's Gully, about five miles from Geraldton

    , over a moniu ago, has been identified as that of Frederick William Leverman (62), of Greenough. When the remains were found by Alfred Joseph Cream, on January 22, identification was difficult owing to the decomposed state of the body, and it was thought that they were those of an aboriginal. Subsequently, however. Thomas Louis Leyerman, identified the body as that of his father. An inquest was held in Geraldton on February 21, and? in the absence of definite medical testimony, the Coroner (Mr. G Leater , found that death was due to exposure, and occurred about last October.

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  30. Family Notices
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Friday 18 March 1932 p 1 Family Notices
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    MR. ALF CREAM and Family, desire to express their deep APPRECIATION to their many kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expres sions of sympathy in their, recent great loss; and especially do they thank Dr. McAlcer and the Matron and Nurses of the Victoria Hospital for their untiring efforts. Will all kind friends accept this as a personal expression of sincere gratitude.

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  31. ENGAGEMENTS.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 5 December 1933 p 14 Article
    Abstract: The engagement is announced of Beryl Agnes, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry, of Harvey (late of Balingup), to William George, second son of Mr. a ... 140 words
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    The engagement is announced of Dorothy, elder daughter of Mr. Alf Cream and the late Mrs. Cream, of Geraldton, to William, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McKernan, of Bunbury and Inglewood.

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  32. GASCOYNE JUNCTION.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Tuesday 22 April 1924 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr.S. C. Taylor returned on the 19th March in time to preside at the State electoral poll. Very little excitement was evinced here and the voting was 124 words
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    GASCOYNE JUNCTION.

    From our Own Correspondent.

    Mr. S. C Taylor returned on the 19th March in time to preside at the State electrol poll. Very little excitemcnt was evinced here and the voting was very even. Drover Alf Cream passed here with 3200 sheep, ex Mia Mia, for Mullewa,

    So far they are doing well but between Boundary Store and Byro the stages are bad. Messrs G. H. Burt, W. Hatch, and W. A. Smith have been elected members of the Upper Gascoyne Board, being elected unopposed. Mr. Ray Cream is on a well-deserved holiday from Bidjiemia, and is at present staying at Forrest House, Perth. Doorawarrah Station is now contactable with Carnarvon by telephone

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  33. LOCAL AND GENERAL
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 15 July 1920 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mortality Among Dogs.—In his report for June Inspector Howard states that dog license collections were carried out with very fair results. There 1575 words
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    Death of Mr. James. W. Hayden. — The
    death occurred at the Hospital last .
    night of Mr. James. W. Hayden, whose
    parents were amongst the earliest settlers
    of the district. Deceased, who
    had lived for some time in Victoria
    had lately been engaged in station
    work near Carnarvon. He came to Geraldton
    about a week ago suffering
    from pleurisy, and entered the Hospital
    for treatment . He was brother to .Mrs.
    Alf Cream, of Greenough Road, and
    Mrs. Harris, of Perth.

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  34. North-West News.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 29 July 1911 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Mr. A. Cream recently purchased and took delivery of the late Mr. Alfred Fitzpatrick's horses running on Dairy Creek, except a few along the river, 306 words
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    North-West News.
    (From the 'Northern Times.')
    Mr. A. Cream recently purchased and
    took delivery of the late Mr. Alfred
    Fitzpatrick's horses running on Diary
    Creek, except a few along the river,
    which he will receive later. Mr. Cream
    has also purchased 3.000 fat wethers
    from Dairy Creek, a fine lot of sheep,
    averaging 55lbs on station. They are
    now on their way to Mingenew, to be
    trained thence to Fremantle The price
    paid was very satisfactory, and terms
    cash.
    On July 3, Drover R. Knowles passed
    through Dairy Creek with 400 store
    cattle from Mt. Augusta, en route for
    Mingenew. Hie was very short-Handed
    and badly equipped, which is a great
    mistake for drovers. On July 4 Drover
    W. A. Purst left Dairy Greek with
    3000, bound for Mingenew. These
    sheep are a real good lot of store
    sheep. On July 5 Drover J. Waldeck
    passed through with 6,090 mixed sheep
    from Mr. Lefroy's station. Drover
    Waldeck is having- a bad time, and the
    sheep are traveling very slowly.
    great preparations are in full swing
    for shearing to start on August 1
    Dairy Creek Pastoral Company have
    just completed repairs, to all old fences
    and erected 30 miles of new fence, repaired
    all old windmills and tanks,
    sunk three new wells, and secured a
    good supply of water in all. They
    have just let a contract to Messrs.
    Lund Bros., of Murchison, for the
    making and erecting of 17 new tanks
    and setting five sets of shear troughing.
    All tanks are to be painted in
    side and out, and covered.. The contract
    also includes the erecting of
    eight Aermotor mills, 10ft. to 16ft
    and 40ft. townes The company have
    just completed the: shearing-shed and
    a large pen, capable of holding 2,000
    sheep ; also shearers quarters, 108ft.
    long, dining-room, and store.

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  35. Country Chatter SOCIALITIES AND FESTIVITIES
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 24 May 1925 p 35 Article
    Abstract: On a holiday visit to her brother at Merredin is Miss Lawton, of St. Kilda. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Venn, of 692 words
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    Mr. A. Cream, of the Murchison,
    is an inmate of a private hospita at
    Geraldton suffering from the effectsFix this text
    of an old injury to. his ,leg.

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  36. MULLEWA ROAD BOARD.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 17 April 1924 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The ordinary monthly meeting of the Road Board was held on the 5th inst. Mr. W. Hoops reported on his interview with the Officer-in-Charge of Local 537 words
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    Complaints regarding the bad condition of some of the wells north of Mullewa were received through the Under Secretary for Works, from the Hon.* J. J. Holmes and Mr. A. Cream. It was pointed out that repairs to these wells had been attended to, and that further work required would be carried out later on. The careless ness of many persons using the wells was referred to, damage to equipment frequently happening.

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  37. THE LATE MR.McGREGOR.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Saturday 10 May 1924 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Tokens of sympathy with the relatives of the late Harold Roy McGregor, chemist, were received from the following 460 words
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    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Tuesday 12 August 1924 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Lyons River has cut out and the shearing team has gone on to Eudamulah, which started on the 7th August. Mr. Reg. Hamilton, of Dalgety and 158 words
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    Drover E. Herbert passed here on 7th
    August with 3,500 mixed woolly sheep
    from Minnie Creek and Moogoorie for
    Carnarvon.
    Mr. Merrals, of J. and W. Batemans
    Ltd., has arrived in the district and
    was at Bidgiemia on 9th August.
    Mr. Alf Cream and his son Irwin are
    at present visiting the district

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  39. GASCOYNE JUNCTION NEWS. July 5th.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Tuesday 8 July 1924 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Jimba Jimba and Lyons River stations started shearing on Thursday, 3rd July. Clifton Downs (Bidgicmia) shearers, 157 words
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    GASCOYNE JUNCTION NEWS.

    (From our owu Correspondent. By Aerial Mail.)

    July 5th.

    Jimba Jimba and Lyons River stations started shearing on Thursday 3rd July. Clifton Downs (Bidgiemia) shearers etc, are now on their way to that station and should start there on the :

    7th July Mrs. Frank Critch and Miss Daisy Egan arrived per s.s. Minderoo at Carnarvon and are now out at Mr. W. Hatch's Lyons River station. Miss Molly Bostock is at present , staying at Jimba Jimba station. The weather is still keeping dry and rain is badly needed. Drover J. Waldeck is now lifting 4,000 mixed sheep from Chapman and Scott 's Mooloo Downs Station, on account of Murrum Station, Mt. Mag. uet. They are to be driven across. Mr. Alf. Cream passed here to-day on his way to Williamsbury Station, having received his car from Carnarvon

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  40. Family Notices
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Tuesday 8 March 1932 p 2 Family Notices
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    Births, Marriages and Deaths.
    DEATHS
    CREAM.— On March 6th, 1932, at the
    Victoria Hospital, Geraldton, Mary,
    beloved wife of Alfred Cream, of
    Durlacher Street, and loving mother
    of Irwin, Dorothy, Jack, Hazel andFix this text
    Ernie. Aged 56 years.

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  41. DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSES. EXPENSIVE NEGLECT.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 8 December 1927 p 4 Article
    Abstract: About a week ago, Traffic Inspector Smythe conducted a little campaign in which drivers of motor cars were bailed up to see if they had their license ... 266 words
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    DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSES.

    EXPENSIVE NEGLECT.

    About a week ago, Traffic Inspector Sinythe conducted a little campaign in which drivers of motor cars were bailed up to see if they had their licenses with op to see if they had their driving licenses. Many of them had forgotten to appear at the Police Court before the B.M. (Mr. G. A. Eastaugh) and Messrs S. L. Surges and G. E. Scwell to ex plain their neglect in this respect. The

    excuse in practically every case was due to forgetfulness, and the imposition of fines, mostly of a small amount, will probably induce them to remember that in future delay is costly, particularly as much heavier penalties can be in flicted. The proceedings were conduct ed by Traffic Inspector Smytho, who stated that invariably after being chal lenged the drivers proceeded to renew their licenses.. Victor Bridgeman was fined 10/- aad 12/- costs; Alfred Cream 40/- and 30/ costs; Charles Cecil Garratt, rciire Miragliotta, J. J. Ryan, D. J. McRae, Aidan Kelly, Wilfred Hanlon, W. H. Andrews 10/- and 3/- costs each; John T. Giles and Sarah Ann Hall, 10/- and 12/- costs; Herbert John Reedy 10/ and 29/- costs, and Lija Bailey 10/- and 22/- costs. Irf the ease of Alex Lauder, juur., of Yotna, for whom Mr. W. H. Morrisby appeared, it was stated that defendant, whose license was suspended some time ago and afterwards renewed until June 30 last, had been in comuiutii cation with the Police Depart ::ii nt. and was under the impression it bad been renewed, lie was fined 2/0 and 2J/ costs.

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  42. Advertising
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Saturday 6 April 1929 p 3 Advertising
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    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Monday 7 March 1932 p 1 Family Notices
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    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Wednesday 9 June 1943 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Programme for Matinee.-Short subjects screening at the matinee next Saturday include Australian Review, "Dutch Guiana," Newsreel. "Peru," and 601 words
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    Death of Mr. A. Cream. — An identity well known in Geraldton and through out much of the pastoral country in

    the north-west in the person of Mr. Alfred Cream passed away in the Victoria District Hospital yesterday. The deceased, who was in his eightieth year, was a native of Melbourne and arrived in Western Austrlaia fifty-one years ago. He was soon attracted to the Victoria district in which he made his home. For some forty years he was engaged as a drover, an occupation which took him throughout the north west and Murchison districts. He had a fund of interesting experiences of life in the pastoral country and of personalities with whom he had made acquaintance in those early days. During the past ten years or so the late Mr. Cream had lived in retirement in Geraldton, and towards the close of last year he entered hospital. How ever, till the time of his death he availed himself of every opportunity to visit the town and renew old acquaintances . His wife predeceased him about ten years ago, and he is survived by two daughters and three sons. The funeral was held in the Catholic portion of Utakarra Cemetery this afternoon.

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  45. Family Notices
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 6 June 1944 p 1 Family Notices
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  46. THE LATE MRS. A. CREAM MEMBER OF PIONEER FAMILY | LONG RESIDENCE IN DISTRICT
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Tuesday 8 March 1932 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Considerable regret was expressed in Geraldton yesterday, when the news became known of the death of Mrs. Mary Cream, which took place at the 506 words
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    THE LATE MRS. A. CREAM

    MEMBER OF PIONEER FAMILY

    ALONG RESIDENCE IN DISTRICT Considerable regret was expressed in Geraldton yesterday when the news became known of the death of Mrs. Mary Cream, which tooR place at the Victoria Hospital early on Sunday morning. Deceased, who was the wife of Mr Alf' Cream, of Durlacher Street Geialdton, had been in indifferent health for the past twelve months, and six weeks ago she became much worse. On Thursday of last week she was admitted to the Victoria Hospital, and an operation was performed on Tuesday last, but apparently was too late to be of any advantage. She bore her suffering bravely, but despite unremitting care and attention, from the matron and staff of the Government Hospital her strength gradually failed and she passed away at five o 'clock on Sunday. Of a kindly and affectionate disposition deceased had gained a host of friends during her life-long residence in the district and her death will be greatly regretted. She was the second daughter of the late James and Martha Hayden. of York, her father being attached to tho police force in the Victoria district many years ago. Deceased was born in Northampton in 1S76, and came to Geraldton as a child, receiving her earlier education at Greeuough. In 1896 she married Mr Alf Cream, and for the past 36 years has resided with her husband and family in Durlacher Street. Three sons (Irwin, Jack and Earnie), and two daughters (Dorothy, and Hazel), in addition to her husband and a large number of relatives, are left to mourn their loss. Mr Jack Hayden (a brother) resides in Carnarvon, while there are two sisters, Mrs. Ross (Roeburne) and Mrs. Harris (West Leederville) . Another brother (James Hayden) predecesed her some years ago. The last tribute to the deceased was paid yesterday afternoon, when her

    remains were conveyed from St. Francis Xaviers Cathederal to the Roman Catholic Cementry at Utakarra. Many friends and reletives were present at the funeral servic.e The bearers were Messrs Tim , Alf, William and Everett Cream nephew of the deceased. Messrs J Kidd, R.C Tindal, S Haddy, A. C. Jackman, F. E Christie and M Ahern. The eficating clergyman was the Father Murphy

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  47. PERSONAL
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Thursday 25 February 1932 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mr. E. H. Hall, M.L.C., was a passenger to Perth by Tuesday's train. Among the passengers who left for Perth by Tuesday night's train were 738 words
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    The friends of Mrs. Alf. Cream, of
    Durlacber Street, who has been confined
    to her bed for some weeks, will regret
    to hear that her condition - has not
    shown any signs of improvement, and
    it was found necessary to-day to remove,
    her to the Victoria Hospital, where she
    will probably undergo an operation on
    Monday.

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  48. Family Notices
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 6 March 1934 p 1 Family Notices
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    CREAM. — In loving memory of Mary, beloved
    sister of Martha Ross, who passed peacefullvFix this text
    away, Geraldton, March 6, 1932. ?

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  49. NORTHERN STOCK ROUTE PROTECTION OF FEED.
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Wednesday 24 April 1929 p 3 Article
    Abstract: At the meeting of the Mullewa Road Board a letter was received from the Water Supply Department as well as a letter from Mr. A. Cream, drover 82 words
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    NORTHERN STOCK ROUTE
    PEOTECTION OF FEED.
    At Hie meeting of the Mullcwa Koad
    Board :i letter iv:is received from the
    Water' Supply Department :is well as
    a letter from Mr. ' A. Cream, drover,
    and the JioanI -ln-i-loil to .support (I),
    the surveying of the Northern JStock
    Eoute, (2)^a deviation- from Wandina
    to Xo. 5 well or Ballinyoo Spring, (3)
    that stock routes be fenced through
    pastoral areas to protect feed for
    travelling stock; ;in-l to agree to all
    oilser ifi'.uis generally.

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  50. PERSONAL.
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 14 May 1925 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The death is announced of Viscount Milner, who was High Commissioner in South Africa from 1897 to 1905. He was 71 years of age. 256 words
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    Mr. A. Cream, the well known drover
    of the Mnrchison, is an inmate of Ros
    ella Hospital, suffering from an old in
    jury to his leg. To-day he was reportedFix this text
    to be doing welL

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  51. WOOL AND GOLD THE FAMOUS MURCHISON DISTRICT
    Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928) Thursday 24 December 1925 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: A VAST stretch of mulga scrub, interspersed by salt and blue bush; of stony ridges and white-faced "breakaways" a land 956 words
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    Portion of 5,000 Sheep Travelled from Gascoyne to Cue (Drover J. Cream
    in Charge). PHOTO

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  52. MULLEWA.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 31 October 1908 p 25 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of residents of Mullewa was held last Saturday night, and formed a Progress Association. Mr. T Fahey was elected president and Mr. J. D. 193 words
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    MULLEWA.

    A meeting of residents of Mullewa was held last Saturday night, and formed a Progress Association. Mr. T Fahey was elected president and Mr. J. D. Pow. eil secretary and treasurer. A commit- tee, consisting of Messrs. L. Walker. E. Brown, P Pilkington, O. Jones, H. Stokes, A. Cream, and H.~ J. Jones was appointed, and It was decided to bring

    ui-der the notice of the member of the

    district, Mr. Nanson, "that great dis- satisfaction existed amongst^the new Bet.

    tiers owing to the laxity displayed by the Lands Department in classifying and having surveyed the land recently ap- plied For." It was also decided to re-

    cen, mend that in the event of the pre- sent officer not being available to clas- sify the land at once the department ap. point a suitable person with knowledge of local conditions to carry out the work. It was decidjed that the secretary oltain full information from the Cen- tral Board of Health regarding the con- trol of sanitaticn, the meeting being of or irion that a local board should be ap. pointed.

    Harvesting is nownin full swing, and a good return is anticipated.

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  53. RAILWAY BRIDGE AFIRE. Trains Unable to Cross.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 22 March 1933 p 7 Article
    Abstract: GERALDTON, March 21.—About 8 o'clock last-night Mr. A. Cream, who acts as caretaker of the railway bridge at Eradu, on the Geraldton-Mullewa line. 147 words
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    About 8 o'clock last-night Mr. A. Cream, who acts as caretaker of the railway bridge at Eradu, on the Geraldton-Mullewa line

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  54. SHIPPING NOTE.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 11 January 1890 p 17 Article
    Abstract: The Rob Roy, s.s., Capt. Irvine, sailed Friday week, for Bunbury and Vasse with the following passengers:—For Bunbury: J. Pratt, J. Hislop, H. North, ... 535 words
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    The Bob Roy s.a., Capt. Irvine, sailed on Wednesday night fer Champion Bay and Dongarra with the following pas seagers : For Toongarra:-Miss Wardrop, F L Burges, W and J Criddle, and 2 in the steerage. For Geraldton :-T B and W DeLuoy, Sergt. Osborne Mrs. Osborne, and 4 children, W Eleyf Mo ,Kenine Grant, WLetchforth, B Earle, A Cream, J S Maley, Master Maley, D Marah,W ProsBer,Dr and Mrs Boyes, D Hepburn, H Smith, J Connor, and nine in the steerage

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  55. DISTRICT RACING THE GERALDTON MEETING POWMOT WINS YANGET HANDICAP
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Saturday 17 June 1933 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    GLENGARRY HANDICAP Six furlongs Cream's Estate Little Rev, S.-) (A. Duncan) ? 1 C. lireia's Minus One, rhcap. 9.5 (P. Whelan) ? 2 C. li. Dodds' At'lnntia, H.2 (L. Min'- lin) ? 3 There were only three starters. Liltle Rev won easily by six lengths, with Ailantin four lengths away third. Time, 1 niin. IS sees. Hetting: Evens, -- to 4 on, 2 to 1. GLENFIELD HACK RACE Five furlongs A. & W. Cream s Pagan God, 8.9 (II. Pearse) ? i C. 1J. Dodd.s' Plain Hill, 9.8 (}?. (Shaw) ? 2 A. F. Davenport's Meteoru, 9.0 (P. Whelan) ? :$

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  56. TELEGRAMS. COUNTRY. ROEBOURNE, ROEBOURNE, January 27.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 30 January 1900 p 5 Article
    Abstract: General regret was expressed yesterday morning in town when the news of Mr. C. W. Harvey's death became known. He had been unwell for 449 words
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    Mr. Cream intends shipping 1,000 sheep to the southern market bw the s.s. Karrakatta. They have been purchased from the Chirritti Station, and will be shipped,at Cossack.

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  57. LOCAL AND GENERAL
    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Thursday 6 February 1936 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Bluff Point Methodists—The Rev. Arthur Mason of Wesley Church will conduct a service at Bluff Point Methodist Church at 3 p.m on Sunday. 999 words
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    A Birthday Party. — An enjoyable gathering was held on Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes. Elizabeth Street, to celebrate the 72nd birthdav of their uncle. Mr. Alf. Cream. sen. Many friends of Mr. Cream were present to wish him continued health and happiness, and the guest of the evening entered into the proceedings with great heartiness. The evening was spent in cards and in the enjoyment of vocal items, and a sumptuous supper was served

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  58. Woman's World—By Evettel
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 5 April 1942 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Spending a holiday in Wyalkatchem is Miss Winnie Parker, guest of Misses Sylvia and Betty Smith. 2518 words
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    Mrs. A. Cream and family, of Mullewa, Journeyed to Mt. Magnet to visit Mrs. Cream's daughter, [Mrs. Bert Stonehouse.

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  59. Murchison. OVERLANDING.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 2 September 1911 p 3 Article
    Abstract: According to the Geraldton Express, Mr. Alfred Cream arrived at Mullewa on Wednesday morning, August 16, with 3,000 sheep, en route to 29 words
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    Murchison.
    OVERLANDING.
    According to the Geraldton Express,
    Mr- Alfred Cream arrived at Mullewa
    on Wednesday morning, August 16,
    Fix this textwith 3,000 sheep, en route to-Minge
    new from the Gascoyne district.

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  60. STOCK AND STATION NEWS.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 9 November 1907 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The double gee peat came under the notice of some of out visitors at show time and one of them who was interested in the shipping of stock informed u ... 664 words
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    on account of Mr. Alfred Cream 150 store
    cattle, purchased by Messrs. Hearman and
    Loeffler for their Hili Springs property.

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  61. LOCAL AND GENERAL CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS BALL.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Thursday 12 September 1929 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Don't forget to keep Friday evening next week (the 20th) free for the children's plain and fancy dress ball to be held in the Convent School hall. 1356 words
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    A DUOVINGj OFFENCE.
    At Carnarvon Police Court on Aug
    ust 31, Alfred Cream, drover, was
    charged before Mr. F. F. TTorgsiT. Act
    ing R.M., for allowing travelling stock
    to enter Middalya Station without giv
    ing the prescribed notice under the
    Drovers Act. Mr. E. G. Holden ap
    peared to prosecute on behalf of Mid
    dalya Pastoral Company. The accused,
    who did not appear, forwarded a .plea
    of guilty. The R.M., in imposing a fine
    of £15 10s. and £3 6s. costs, expressed
    the view that in view of the Breton
    stances surrounding the ^ase, involving
    as it had done the picking up of some
    «0 sheep of the Middalya Pastoral
    Company, he considered the offence to
    be of a somewhat serious nature

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  62. STOCK AND STATION NEWS. SHEARING DATES.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 20 June 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mallina station (Roebourne), June 17. Karratha (Roebourne), July 1. Williambury (Gascoyne), July 1. Clifton Downs (Gascoyne), July 10. 888 words
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    Our Gascoyne River correspondent
    states, May 26.-Drover J. Waldeck j
    entered Clifton Downs paddocks with
    4,600 sheep from Yanye&reddy station, en
    enroute to Mingenew. May 31.Mr. G.
    Glass passed Clifton Downs with 525
    wethers from Carey Downs, which he is
    droving to Carnarvon. June 1 Drover
    Shaw passed the Junction with a mob of
    750 fat wethers from Dalgety Downs,
    renoute to Carnarvon, and Mr. A. Cream
    arrived from Maroonah station with a mixed
    mob of 1,000 ewes and wethers. He picked
    up a mob of 4,000 fat ewes at Clifton
    Downs, and left on June 2 with the whole
    mob for Mingenew.

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  63. STOCK AND STATION NEWS. SHEARING DATES.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 11 July 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Yarraloola (Ashburton), July 15. Woodbrook (Roebeurne), end of July. Mardathuna (Gascoyne), October 1. Wooramel (Gascoyne), end of August. 565 words
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    Joe Waldeck passed Mullewa on Thurs
    day with 1,000 sheep en route to Minginew
    He reports a very wet trip and considers
    about eleven inches of rain have fallen
    since leaving Yanyeareddy. He had
    much difficulty in crossing rivers. The
    stock route is looking splendid right
    through and squatters need not hesitate
    about sending stock overland this year.
    T. Hough, with 300 mixed cattle from
    Glen FJerrie and Alf. Cream with 5,300
    are close behind Waldeck.

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  64. HIGH WOOL PRICES.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 20 August 1910 p 2 Article
    Abstract: At their November sale 1908 the highest price realised by Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Melbourne, was 17d. per lb. for some beautifully grown wool ... 571 words
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    Alfred Cream has left Wogoola droving ,
    400 mixed cattle to Mingenew on account jFix this text
    Cameron and Clark.

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  65. UPPER GASCOYNE.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 5 November 1910 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Drover Fred Fleming passed through Dairy Creek from Nayatharra station, bound for Mingenew, on October 1st, with 3000 fat wethers. 502 words
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    These two stations are now preparing for
    the delivery of 300 heavy weight bnllockB,
    and 3000 prime aged sheep to Mr. A.
    Cream on October 30. Mr. Cream bonght
    this lot on his way down some six or eight
    weeks ago for cash. Dalgety Downs has
    sold, and will be delivering in a few days
    time, 3000 prime wethers to a cash buyer
    from Lake Way. All stock are in the pinkFix this text
    of condition, and feed is in abundance.

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  66. NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS. STATION PARS. The usefulness and interest of these columndepend upon the frequent receipt of res ports from squatters and managers, and from drovers using...
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 2 November 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover A. Cream passed through Minnie Creek Station on October 16 with 5,300 sheep en route for Mullewa. 63 words
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    NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS.
    STATION PARS.
    The usefulness and interest of these column
    depend upon the frequent receipt of re*
    ports from squatters and managers, and,
    from drovers using the stock routes. We
    would urge this upon pastoralists for
    their mutual benefit.
    GASCOYNE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drover A. Cream passed througn
    Minnie Creek Station on October 16Fix this text
    with 5,300 sheep en route for Mul
    lewa.

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  67. NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS. STATION PARS. The usefulness and interest of these columndepend, upon the frequent receipt of res ports from squatters and managers, and from drovers usin...
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 13 April 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover Alf. Cream passed Boun[?]ary Store, Gascoyne River, on 28th ult. with 3500 sheep from Ella Valla and Marron stations [?]n 71 words
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    NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS.
    I
    STATION PARS.
    The usefulness and interest of these column
    depend, upon the frequent receipt of res
    ports from squatters and managers, and
    from drovers using the stock routes. We
    mould urge this upon pastoralists for
    their mutual benefit.
    GASCOYNE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drover ft 11. Cream passed Boun
    aaqy ""Store, Gascogne River, on
    28th ult., with 3500 sheep fromFix this text
    Ella Valla and Matron stations en
    route for Mullewa.

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  68. NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS. STATION PARS. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Friday 9 May 1924 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The usefulness and interest of these columns depend, upon the frequent receipt of reports from squatters and managers, and from drovers using the sto ... 92 words
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    NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS.
    STATION PARS.
    The useful-net* and interest of these columns
    depend, upon the frequent receipt of re
    ports from squatters and managers, and
    ft am drovers using the stock routes. We
    would urge this upon pastoralists far
    their mutual benefit.
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drov-er ft. Cream passed Boundary
    Store, Upper Gascoyne, on April
    13 with 3000 wethers from1 Mia,
    Mia Station for Mufiewa.
    Drovers Charles James and N.
    Kirwan passed Boundary Store on
    April 21 on their way to EudaFix this text
    muHah, where they wilt lift a mob
    of wethers for Yalgoo.

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  69. STATION PARS. The usefulness and interest of these columndepend upon the frequent receipt of res ports from squatters and managers, and from drovers using the stock routes. We woul...
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 16 November 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following travelling stock gassed Boundary Store, Gascoyne River, on the undermentioned dates: October 29, 3000 mixed sheep 148 words
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    NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS.
    STATION PARS.
    The usefulness and interest of these column
    depend upon the frequent receipt of res
    ports from squatters and managers,and
    from drovers using the stock routes. We
    toould urge this upon pastoralixts for
    their mutual benefit.
    GASCOYNE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Tbe following travelling stock
    gassed ijoundan^ §tor$, jGascoyne
    Kiver, on the undermentioned dates:
    October 29, 3000 mixed sheep
    from Mt. Phillip Station, for Mul
    lewa, Mr. A. El Oakley, owner,
    Drover C. Chawner in charge.
    Novemuer 3, 5300 wethers from
    Ettrick, Bungalow, and Strelly Sta
    tions, De Grey, owners Messrs.
    Hardy, Corney, Hardjj and Robinson,
    Drover A. Cream in charge. This
    lot came through without any
    losses. 'Fix this text
    Drover R. Clarkson passed Boun
    dary store on October 2% with
    plant, to lilt sheep at Boologooro
    for Cue, and Drover Fitzpatidck ind
    plant passed on October 26th for
    Edaggee, where he will lift sheej
    for Mullewa.

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  70. STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news imtened for publieaion in this column will be glady received.]
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 26 October 1907 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Messrs. Morrell & Hear man, of the Pastoralists' Exchange, report that they bare made some excellent sales during show week. On account Mr. Alfred 214 words
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    STOCK AND STATION
    NEWS.
    [Itaaas of news imtandcd for faklimtioi is this
    coliBB will ba (lidljr raceiToi.]
    Messrs. Morrell & Hear man, of the
    Pastoraliste' Exchange, report that they
    bare made some excellent sale* during
    show week. On account Mr. Alfred
    Cream they have sold 163 prime bullocks
    for shipment during December. On
    account Hearuian & Doe filer, of Hill
    Springs, 60 prime cattle for shipment darFix this text
    ing December. On account Messrs. Snook
    and Waldeck, of - Wonramel

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  71. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 30 June 1923 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover Alf. Cream passed Bangemall with 7000 ewes from Lyndon Station for Mt. Frazer. They are reported to be in tip-top condition. 36 words
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    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drover Alf. Cream passed Bang
    email with 7000 ewes from Lyndon
    Station for Mt. Frazer. They are
    reported to be ia tip-top condition.Fix this text
    Drover Cream says the dogs are
    very bad! along the Lyons.

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  72. MEEBERRIE.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 6 March 1915 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Alf. Cream recently lifted 2350 from Messrs. J. & C. Butchers's Boolathana station for their Meeberria station. The journey, which should 133 words
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    MEBBERRIE.
    Mr. Rlf. Cream recently lifted 2350
    from Messrs. J. & C. Butcliers's Bool
    athana station »for their" Meeberria
    station. Tfie journey, wbfcb should
    have been completed in thirty-six
    days, occupied nine weeks, owing
    to the heavy rains, ili one time,
    there was more or Less heavy rains
    for twenty days consecutively. . The
    Wooramei was found to b~e 20 ft.
    deep and~it was. nine days before it
    could be crossed either by cart or
    sheep. Some parts of the Mnrchison
    are looking remarkably well.
    Air. Cream is bound for Mt Flor
    ence where he is to lift 3000 for Mr.
    Church's station in the Murchison
    district, a portion, of country bought
    from Belele. The number will pro
    bably be made up to 5000 by aFix this text
    flock for Messrs. Elder, Shenton &
    Coy.

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  73. ANOTHER REFRIGERATING SCHEME.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 16 May 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Some considerable time age a project was placed before the Government for the establishment of freezing works at Wyndham in connection with which a 936 words
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    Telegraphing yesterday our Eoebourne
    correspondent stated Mr. Neave has des
    patched forty draught horses overland to
    Carnarvon, declining to Bhip at Point
    Sampson in future. He describes the
    absence of facilities as disgraceful. Mr.
    Cream is about to remove 500 cattle (mixed
    and forward stores) from Mulga Downs
    overland.-3,300 store wethers, G. J. Gooch
    owner, Brown in charge, are on the common
    to-day.-Whim Creek reports 35 points of
    rain on Tussday, Cossack the same, quan
    tity, and Boebourne 4 points. The weather
    is cold, cloudy, and threatening.
    Messrs. Blackwell and Naughton, who
    have a contract to sink three more
    artesian boren on Minilya station, left
    town during the week.
    During April 133 points of rain were
    recorded at Clifton Downs station. On
    May 2 an additional 95 points fell.
    Drover J. Piatt passed Clifton Downs
    on May 3 with 2,500 sheep belonging to
    Mr- G. J. Gooch, en route to Minginew.
    Writing from Yanyeareddy under date
    May 7, Mr. J. Waldeck stated he was
    leaving that station in a day or two with
    4,000 sheep for Minginew or for sale on
    the road

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  74. DALGETY & COMPANY'S REPORT.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 23 January 1909 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Dalgety & Company, Limited, report that the s.s. Paroo arrived up to expected time last Sunday evening. She put out over 100 tons general cargo, also ... 718 words
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    Mr. Cream was a passenger to Cossack
    by the Paroo. He is journeying to Mill
    stream station, where he will lift 3,000
    sheep and overland them

    THE RIVER IN FLOOD.-As a result of
    the heavy rain experienced from Onslow
    via Winning Pool right across to Peak Hill,
    the Gascoyne River came down a banker
    about two o'clock this morning, and con
    tinued to rise steadily till we went to
    press at seven o'clock, when it was
    within two inches of the big flood mark
    of two years ago. Some damage has been
    lone to the tramline and also to the fore
    shore in Olivia Terrace, but the extent of
    this is not yet known. It will be high tide
    about coon to-day, so probably the flood
    will reach a higher point yet.

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  75. DAIRY CREEK.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 15 July 1911 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. A. Cream recently purchased and took delivery of the late Mr. Alfred Fitz-patrick's horses running on Dairy Creek, except a few along the river, ... 307 words
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    DAIRY CREEK.
    Mr. A. Cream recently purchased and
    took delivery o£ the late Mr. Alfred Fitz
    patrick's horses running on Dairy Creek,
    except a few along the river, which he will
    receive later. Mr. Cream has also pur
    chased 3,000 fat wethers from Dairy
    Creek, a fine lot of sheep, averaging 55£
    lbs. on station. They are now on their
    way to Mingenew, to be trained thence to
    Fremantle. The price paid was very
    satisfactory, and terms cash.
    On July 3, Drover R. Knowles passed
    through Dairy Creek with 400 store cattle
    from Mt. Augusta, en route for Mingenew.
    He was very short-handed and badly
    equipped, which is a great mistake for
    drovers. On July 4 Drover W. A. Purst
    left Dairy Creek with 3,000, bound for
    Mingenew. These sheep are a real good
    lot of store sheep. On July 5 Drover J.
    Waldeck passed through with 6,000 mixed
    sheep from Mr. Lefroy's station. Drover
    Waldeck is having a bad time, and the
    sheep are travelling very slowly.
    Great preparations are in full swing for
    shearing to start on Aogust 1. The Dairy
    Creek Pastoral Company have just com
    pleted repairs to all old fences and erected
    30 miles of new fence, repaired all oid
    windmills and tanks, sunk three.new wells,
    and secured a good supply of water in all.
    i They have just let a contract to Messrs.
    j Lund Bros., of Murchison, for the making
    and erecting of seventeen new tanks and
    setting five sets of sheep trougbing. All
    tanks are to be painted inside and out,
    and covered. The contract also includes
    the erecting of eight Aermotor mills, 10 to
    16 ft., and 40 ft. towers. The company
    hare just completed the shearing-shed and
    j a large pen, capable of holding 2,000
    sheep; also shearers' quarters, 108 ft. long,
    dining-room, and store.

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  76. STOCK 'MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 23 September 1916 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover A. Cream passed Lower Clifton Dowrs on 18th inst., with 4,000 store wethers from Mundabullangana en route to Mullewa. 23 words
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    STOCK 'MOVEMENTS
    Drover A. Cream passed Lower
    Clifton Dowrs on 18th Inst., with
    4,000 store wethers from' Mundabul
    langana en route to Mullewa

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  77. WHITLOCK & COMPANY'S REPORT
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 6 January 1917 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Whitlock & Company, report that Drover.Cream took delivery on the 19th ult. from Mia Mia station of 2500 fat shorn wethers, 4-tooth and 78 words
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    WHITLOCK & COMPANY'S BEPORT j
    WTitlock & Company, report that
    Drover .Cream Aook delivery on the
    19th ult. from Mia Mia station of
    2500 fat shorn wethers, 4-tooth and
    rising 4-tooth, sold to the Anchorage
    Butchers through Elder, Shenton and
    Co. Ltd. fThese were a particularly
    fine lot of wetbers, and .when
    seen on the road the drover said
    they were an easy lot to handle,
    and he anticipated making a good
    trip overland despite the hot weather.

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  78. CLIFTON DOWNS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 16 January 1915 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Mr. W. Cream writes us from Lower Clifton Downs, under date Jan. 8, as follows:—I am glad to report that the old 144 words
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    CLIFTON DOWNS
    Mr. W. Cream writes jus from j
    Lower Clifton Downs, under date
    Jan. 8, as follows:
    I am glad to report that the old
    year was washed out and the new
    one in by rain on Dec. '31st, Jan.
    1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 6th, In all
    238 points all over the run. The}
    creeks and rivers were running
    running strong, but for the last
    two days The river was falling.
    There were heavy rains up the river
    again last night, and this morning
    the river is rising up to its old mark
    again. Green feed is coming up .
    fast and everything is pointing to
    a good season.
    Drover Cream with Messrs. J.
    and C. Butchers' sheep, and Drover
    H. Wells with Mr. Qarkson's se
    cond mob of sheep passed by re
    cently without any losses I am
    pleased to say.

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  79. NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS. STATION PARS. The usefulness and interest of these columns depend upon the frequent receipt of reports from squatters and managers, and from drovers using...
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 11 December 1920 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following travelling stock passed Boundary Store, Upper Gascoyne, on the undermentioned dates:— 94 words
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    NORTH-WEST PASTORAL NEWS.
    STATION PARS.
    The usefulness and interest of these columns
    depend upon the frequent receipt of re
    ports from squatters and managers, and
    from drovers using the stock routes. W*
    would urge this upon pastoralists for
    their mutual benefit.
    GASCOYKE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    The following travelling1 stock
    passed Boundary Store, Upper Gas
    ooyne, on the undermentioned
    dates:
    November 23, 4000 fat wether*
    from Mia Mia station to Mullewa
    in charge of Drover D. Edgar.
    November 25, 3000 lat sbeep
    from Yalbalgo and Jitnfoa Jimba
    stations to MUllewa, Drover A.
    Cream in charge.

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  80. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 5 November 1921 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover A. Cream passed Bourd[?] Store on October 26, on his way to Arthur River Station to lift a mob of fat shom wethers. 83 words
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    25/09 1.27 PM

    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drover R. Geam passed Bou .d
    f tj Store on Ofciooer 2b, on his
    way to Arthur River Statioa to lift
    a mob of fat shorn wethers.
    Diover Joe Waldeck is ablaut to
    leave Glenburgh Station with . 6009
    tat shorn sheep from Yinatharra,
    Dalgetg Downs and' Dairy Creek,
    for -Mullewa.
    Drov.er K. Kir wan left G.fford
    Creek during the latter part of
    last month with 294 verg fair C3n
    ditioaerf btillccis fpr southern mar
    kets. . . ! J j

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  81. GASCOYNE STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 13 November 1920 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following travelling stock, passed Boundary Store, Upper Gascoyne:-October 24. 3000 fat wethers 134 words
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    GASCOYKE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    The .following travelling stock,
    passed Boundary Store, Upper GasJ- j
    coyne:
    October 24. 30D0 fat wethers
    from Bidgemia tor Miullewa, Mcin
    tosh, Mawley and Frtj, owners.
    Drover C. James in charge.
    November 1, 3000 mixed fat
    sheep from Nanutarra and Glen'
    florrie, to Mfollewa, H. & M. High
    am, owners. Drover Fred Flem
    ing in charge.
    Drover A. Cream left Bo'radavj
    Store on November 6 with plant
    for Yalbago and ]iraba jimba Sta
    tions to lift sheep for Alullewa,
    and on the same date Drover J.
    Noble passed with plant returning
    to Elliott Creek Station.
    Mr. W( Clarkson was in the
    vicinity of Boundai$j: Store in the
    6th inst, with cattle from Clifford
    Creek.
    Drovers report the $rack in a
    very bad condition fronv the Woor
    amel for 100 miles south.

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  82. Ashburton TOWERA.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 26 April 1913 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mr. W. G. Lefroy motored into town late last week. He informs us that the rainfall for the year at Towera is 3½ inches, and at Yanyeareddy 2½. 193 words
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    A
    mob of 4000 wethers are leaving Mr.'
    Lefroy's for Leonora shortly in
    charge of Drover A. Cream. It is
    intended totravel them by the ' Ash
    burton-Peak Hill track, on which
    there is very good feed. The sheep
    are in very good condition now, and
    it . is anticipated they will gain fur-,
    ther on the road.

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  83. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 16 July 1921 p 5 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    July 12, 3000 fat wethers from
    poorawarrah to Mullewa, Da'gety
    & Co., agents: Drover A Cream
    in charge.

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  84. General. NORTH-WEST STOCK.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 12 August 1911 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    NORTH-WEST STOCK.
    Messrs. Dalgety and Company, Ltd.,
    r'remantle, writing under date of July
    26th, advise the following movements
    of stock which are placed In their
    hands for sale by auction at Min
    genew :-Account W. G. Lefroy, To
    wara station.-6000 woolly sheep in
    charge of Drover J. E. Waldeck, due
    Mingenew end August. Account Dairv
    Pastoral Go., Gascoyne.-1202 store
    wethers and ewes in charge of Drover
    A. Cream. 3000 ewes and wethers in
    wool, in charge Drover W. Pierce, de
    livery Mingenew during August. 420
    mixed cattle, the property of Yand
    varra station, Boebourne, in charge
    o£ Drover Atkinson. 2400 fat and
    store wethers, in charge of Drover
    Young, due Mingenew in October from
    Tambrey station. 2800 sheep in wool
    from Mt. Florence station, in charge
    Drover Young, due Mingenew in Oc
    tober. 94 mixed cattle, Drover Wool
    house in charge, due Mingenew end
    August. 84 head mixed cattle in
    charge Drover Woolhouse, his own
    property, and 100 head of mixed
    cattle, the property of A, B. Lockyer.
    These are also making for the same
    destination.

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  85. GASCOYNE STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 12 June 1920 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drover G. Marsh and plant passed Boundary Store, Gascoyne River, on June 2 en route to Hill Springs Station to lift catfe. 40 words
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    GASCOYHE
    STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Drover ?1. Marsh and plant pass
    ed Boundary Store, Gaseoyne River,
    on June 2 en route to! HiH Springs
    Station to lift catfe.
    On the isanre day Drover flu
    Cream's plant passed on the way
    to Bidgemia.

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  86. A DROVING FEAT.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 30 May 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Charleville (Q) correspondent of an Adelaide paper states under date May 1:—Another remarkable droving feat has to be added to notable achievemen ... 999 words
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    Our Lyons River correspondent writing
    Fix this textunder date May 20 says: " Nice rains have
    fallen here this month, which have done a
    lot of good. The Lyons River is running
    strongly, and the country is beginning to
    assume a green appearance. Drover Piatt
    passed through with Mr. Gooch's sheep
    about two weeks ago. I believe he had a
    few poisoned when passing through the
    Bundabooka paddocks. Drovers McNeil
    and T. Hongh have also passed through."
    Our Clifton Downs correspondent says:
    " On May 11 Drover John McNeil passed
    through Mr. Hatch's paddocks with 200
    bead of mixed cattle from Globe Hill
    station, Ashbnrton, en route to Minginew.
    On the 10th, Mr. A. Cream west up to
    Maroonah station to lift 1,000 sheep. He
    will return about June 1, when he will
    pick up 4,000 fat eweB from Clifton Downs
    station, and drove the whole mob to
    Mingenew. On the 18th and 19th good
    heavy soaking rain fell here, 337 points in
    two days. The river came down big dur
    ing the night of the 19th. On the 19th
    Drover Tom Hough entered Clifton Downs
    paddocks with 330 head of mixed cattle
    from Glenflorrie station, en route to Ming
    enew."

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  87. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Friday 11 July 1924 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Drovers A. Waldeck and A. Cream passed Boundary Store on June 30 and July 1 respectively to lift sheep, the former at Mooloo 31 words
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  88. Family Notices
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Monday 8 June 1896 p 5 Family Notices
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  89. THE LATE JOHN CREAM. LEAVES £7,764-15-11.
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Friday 19 May 1905 p 10 Article
    Abstract: The will of the late Mr. John Cream, why resided at Gerald ton, has been filed for probate purposes. The demise left £7,710/15/11. 256 words
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  90. A Geraldton Case before the Full Court.
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Monday 6 August 1906 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The case of Alfred Cream, appellant (defendant), against William Moore and Maria Cream, respondents (defendants), occupied the greater part 1398 words
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    Court case

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  91. LAW AND POLICE.
    Victorian Express (Geraldton, WA : 1878 - 1894) Wednesday 20 July 1881 p 3 Article
    Abstract: At the Resident's Court, on Tuesday, July 12, before the Government Resident, and C. B. Elliott. J. P., the adjourned case of John Kane v. M. A. Smit ... 1258 words
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    John Kane v. M. A. Smith and Sons, was heard. This was a claim by Kane for the value of some stone alleged to have been taken off plaintiff's land by the defendants, who have the contract for macadamising the Greenough Road near Kane's holding. Mr. Shaw, for plaintiff, and Mr. duBoulay, for defendant. The plaintiff was called and deposed that he held two blocks of land near the contract of the defendants, a ten-acre fee simple, and a 100-acre tillage lease. During the past eight or nine years he had been collecting surface stones off his ground, which were placed in heaps here and there, and which he intended to use for building or other purposes. The defendants had removed these stones and used them for their contract on the adjoining road. He estimated the quantity of which he had been deprived at some 160 yards, and valued them at 1s. 6d. per yard, as it would take that sum to replace them, all the surface stones being now taken away. Had given the defendants no permission to take them. Daniel Cream, one of the latter, asserted that he would take them "in spite of him." The whole of the heaps collected by the plaintiff had been taken away. Margaret Kane, wife of plaintiff, corro- borated the above evidence, she saw John and Alfred Cream carting away the heaps collec- ted by herself, her husband, and Battersby. George Battersby gave evidence that he had been quarrying stone for Kane. Before he commenced he thought there were some 25 or 30 yards more, which was stacked by himself and Mrs. Kane. Examined the ground afterwards, and found the whole had been removed. Estimated the cost of re- placing the abstracted material at 1s. 6d. per yard. For the defence, it was contended that no such heaps of stone existed, as described by plaintiff and his witnesses. William Voyles was called, who deposed that he was employed by the defendants get- ting stone for the road contract off Kane's land. They got altogether only 35 loads, or about 50 yards. It was all surface stone. The only heaps he saw on the ground, other than those made by himself, were on the edge of the ploughed ground, and they were there when he left work. When he was at work getting stone, the plaintiff, his wife, and Bat- tersby, came and "surrounded" him, and be- gan loosening the surface stones with a grub- hoe, and letting them lie where they were. John Cream, Daniel Cream, and Timothy Cream, were called in support of the defence, and also W. Mead, and they generally corro- borated Voyles' evidence. Altogether the evidence was very conflict- ing, and the Bench dismissed the case with costs of the former hearing, £3 18s. 8., each party paying the costs of the present case. The next case was Bush v. English, a claim for balance of money lent, with interest, and cost of proceedings. The defendant had paid into cour tithe amount of thd claim less expenses, and the Bench now made an order for payment of the amount paid in, with £1 3s. 4d. costs.

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  92. STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.]
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 12 October 1907 p 2 Article
    Abstract: An Ashburton correspondent writes:—"Yanrey and Uaroo stations have cut out. Yeware and Wogoola are finishing on stragglers. Mr. Cream has passed 1072 words
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    STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [It«m of mewl intended {or publication in this - colvu will be c1«11t racsiTod.l An Ashburton correspondent writes : " Yanrey and Uaroo stations have cat oat. Y«war» and Wogoola are finishing on stragglers. Mr. Cream has passed Win ning with a mob of cattle from Mr. Da Pledge's Yanrey station. A Chamberlain is lifting 2,000 mixed sheep from Wogoola | for Messrs. Dempster & Walsh. Towara station has sold a herd of cattle to the same firm.

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  93. LOCAL and GENERAL
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Friday 12 November 1909 p 2 Article
    Abstract: In another column an old contributor-- " Bow"--furnishes some interesting rowing notes, together with the Rowing Club's programme for Monday next, Ki ... 1247 words
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    Mr W. Cream who went north to Carnar von in the Paroo will lift 5000 sheep at' Mr Butcher's Boolatbanna station for Meem Wittenoom and Burgee, and picking up others on theway will take 12000 on to Mnlgi Downs, arrivingljthere about the first week in January. While the manager, Mr Miller, goes on a holiday Mr Cream will " tok" charge.

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  94. STOCK AND STATION NEWS.
    Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA : 1905 - 1952) Saturday 18 January 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Friday the 10th inst., a sharp thunderstorm passed over a strip of country between here and the Wooramel. At the site of the bore which is to be s ... 651 words
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    Fix this textJ. Platt is on his way to Minginew with 1,500 wethers purchased by Mr. G. J. Gooch from Nairn Bros' Byro station. These sheep were guaranteed to average 56 lbs. on the station. J. Brown is to lift 150 fat bullocks from the same place for the same buyer on January 15. A. Cream is passing here to-morrow with 1,500 wethers, these sheep coming from Tyson Bros. Very few sheep .passed here this year for Minginew, only tome 10,000, most of which were for G. J. Gooch. About 5,000 head of cattle passed here during the year for Minginew."

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  95. LOCAL and GENERAL
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Wednesday 15 July 1908 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Sir Walter James is mentioned as a candidate for the Guildford seat, at present held by Mr. W. D. Johnston, a Labor member. 1859 words
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    Mr. Joseph Waidcck left Mullewa last week with 4.000 sheep for Minge- new. Mr T. Hougu is following with 809 mixed cattle, and Mr. Alf- Cream wuii 5,800 sheep, according to tbe Car narvon "Times.'

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  96. Stock Movements.
    Daily Telegraph and North Murchison and Pilbarra Gazette (WA : 1920 - 1947) Friday 5 October 1923 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Drover James and party brought down some 7000 sheep from Port Hedland and stations en route to Yandil Station, a distance of 700 miles, and practical ... 84 words
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    Drover James and party brought down some 7000 sheep from Port Hedland and stations en route to Yandil Station, a dis tance of 700 miles, and practically with out loss, only some 28 were missing from tne tauy. me sneep arrived in excellent condition. On September 12 Drover Edgar passed Boundary Store, Upper Gascoyne, with 6600 fat ewes from Bidgiemia to Yallalong J. Mitchell owner. Drover Alf. Cream passed Boundary Store on the 13th insL with about 9000 fat sbeep from variousstations.

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  97. THE DINGO PEST.
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Saturday 10 June 1922 p 7 Article
    Abstract: A correspondent to a Geraldton exchange writes:—Every year in the Tenindewa and Eradu districts the wild dog, or dingo, is a source of much annoyance ... 417 words
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    In: THIRD EDITION TEE DQJ GO PESYC A correspondent to a Geraldton exchange ?writes: — Every year in the Tenindewa and Eradu districts the wild dog, or dingo, is a source of much annoyance to the surround ing settlers, and on many occasions they play havoc among the yrmflll flocks belong ing to the battlers who are trying to build up a home in the bush. During the last couple of months we have had our share of the inflictions of this pest. A few lines to those who trap or capture the dingo will be of interest. I believe that, in conjunction with our Road Board, we have a Vermin Board, and a handsome reward is offered to the person who is fortunate enough to capture a dog. Myself and Mr. Alf. Cream laid ourselves out, to capture one that was causing trouble at Eradn, and after six weeks we bagged one, and a f emale at that. This dog would very shortly have had a litter of five pups, and was a dingo without a doubt. The hide and toes were secured and dried, and we communicated with the Mullewa Koad Board for our reward. Now, Mr. Editor, just reflect on this extract from the reply received: 'I have Jo. advise that the only condition 'under which the board now pays a reward for the destruction of dingoes is, (1) The carcase must be immediately sub mitted to one of the board's hon. inspec tors, when, if he is satisfied the carcase is that of a pure-bred dingo, he will issue a certificate to that effect; (2) you must then send the skin, including toes, to the board, and make a statutory declaration before a JP. stating when and where the dog was caught. Your statement must be verified by some responsible person in the locality, who can vouch for the correctness of your statement.' There you have it now. That is the limit | of red tape. Just fancy hawking a dingo ?with broken legs and commencing to issue forth an odor not altogether like 'Ma, Mia Rosette' thirty or forty miles to an hon orary inspector, Jay Pea, and some other responsible person for identification. Not for mine. Although I want a fiver as bad as the next one, I'll draw the Ene at hawk ing dead dogs, and so will my paL I am enclosing you a 'snap' of the dog for your identification. Perhaps you will know a 'ding' as 'well as honorary inspectors

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  98. Local and General
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Friday 19 April 1918 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Upper Gascoyne. -- According to the Northern Times," reports received state there has been good rain at the top of Dairy Creek. The Congo 1482 words
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    Stock Movements.— Droaver Alf. Cream (saft-s the "Northern Times") passed Boundary Stsore, Gascoytne River, on' 28th ult., witih ®5

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  99. Local and General
    Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919) Monday 8 March 1915 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Accident to a Greenough Farmer.--Mr. A. T. Cream, of Rudd's Gully, met with a severe accident last week. While using an axe, at some clearing 2037 words
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    Mr. A. T. Cream, of Rudd's Gully, met vt ith a severe accident last week. While using an axe, at some clearing worn, ic suddenly glanced on its ob jective, aud the blade struck the wielderon the shin, inflicting a nasty wound. After receiving first aid at his house, the suffered. was driven into town, where Dr. Hungerford promptly attended to the case, putting in sever al stitches. The leg in quest-iou must be an unlucky one, for some years ago Mr. Cream had a long sojourn in the hospital with a bad fracture of the same limb, the result of a kick from a horse.

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  100. STOCK MOVEMENTS
    Daily Telegraph and North Murchison Gazette (WA : 1918 - 1920) Friday 6 December 1918 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The following travelling stock passed Boundary Store, Cascoyne River, on the undermentioned dates: 110 words
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    STOCK MOVEMENTS JFrom the "Northern Times.") The following travelling stock passed Boundary Store, Cascoyne River, on the undermentioned dates1: October, J300O irtixed sheep from Mt Phillip StationTor Mui- lewa, Mr. A. E. Oakley, Owner, Drover C. Chawner in charge. November 3, 5300 wethers from Ettrick, Bungalow, and . Strelly Stations, De Grey, owners Messrs- Hardy, Corney, Hardy and Robinson, Drover A Cream i 'in charge. This lot Came through ' without any Tosses. . Drover R. Cbrkson ("passed Boundary Store on October 24, with plant, to lift-sheep at Boolo- gooro fbr Cue, and -Drover Fitzpatrick and plant passed on October 26th for Edaggee, where lie will lilt sheep for Mullewa.

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  101. PASTORAL. Travelling Stock.
    Daily Telegraph and North Murchison and Pilbarra Gazette (WA : 1920 - 1947) Friday 12 August 1921 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The following travelling stock passe. Boundary Store, Gascoyne River, on the dates mentioned:-- 1300 wethers from Mt. 407 words
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    PASTORAL. Travelling Stock. The following travelling stock passe.1 Boundary Store, Gascoyne River, on the dates mentioned: — 1300 wethers from Mt. Sandi- man, S. and R. Bird, owners, Elder, Smith and Co., - agents : 1600 wethers and 400 ewes from Jimua Jimba, Phillips and Vive- ash owners, Drover N. Kirwan in charge. July 9. 3000 fat wethers from Doorawarrah Station for Mullewa . Dalgety and Co„ agents, Drover - W. E. Chawner in charge. July 11, 4000 fat wethers from William bury Station forMuIlewa Elder Smith and Co., agents, Drover F. O'Brien in charge. July 12, 3000 fat wethers from Doorawarrah to Mullewa, Dalgety and Co., agents : Drover A. Cream in charge. July 13, 1600 fat wethers from Doorawarrah, and 1400 fat weth ers from Towrana Station, Dal- / gety and Co., agents : Drover J. E. Scott in charge. July 21, 2500 wethers from Red ' Hill Station, Ashburton, for Mul lewa, McGuire and Tonkin owners Dalgety and Co., agents. Drover J. Lyons in charge. July 22, 4500 fat wethers from Yanrey Station, Ashburton, en route to Mullewa,- in charge of Droyer C. Locke, (T. de Pledge, owner, Dalgety and Co., agents). - Several mobs of sheep were in close proximity to Roundry Store on July 22, including those in charge of Drovers Fred Fleming, Gilmartin, McColl Bros., and May- man. July 25, 1700 mixed sbeep from Eudamullah for Mullewa, and 1800 fat wethers from Lyons ; River Station, in charge of Drbver P. Kilmurry, Dalgety and Co.,.. agents. July 26, 3500 fat wethers from Boolaloo (Ashburton) en route to Mullewa, Drover F. Fleming in charge. Dalgety and Co., agents

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